Missing Camas man found dead, foul play not suspected

Police found the body of Ryan Webb, 44, inside his vehicle near Timothy Lake in Oregon's Mount Hood National Forest over the weekend

Police discovered the body of Ryan Webb, 44, in his vehicle in the Mount Hood National Forest over the weekend. Investigators have not released Webb's cause of death, but say foul play is not suspected. The 44-year-old Camas man had been missing since early May. (Photo courtesy of Camas Police Department)

A missing Camas man was found dead inside his vehicle near Oregon’s Timothy Lake over the weekend.
Camas police say they do not suspect foul play in the death of Ryan Webb, 44, who had been missing since early May.
On June 14, Camas police asked for the public’s assistance in locating Webb, who had last been heard from May 7, when he posted a picture of his gold Dodge Nitro vehicle to Facebook and said he was taking a road trip.
On June 15, Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office deputies were dispatched to Timothy Lake in the Mount Hood National Forest. There, deputies located Webb’s vehicle with a body inside.
The Clackamas County Medical Examiner’s Office identified the body at Webb over the weekend. They are still investigating the exact manner of death, but police say foul play is not suspected.